One billion people have a visual impairment that could have been prevented or could still be treated. By making eye health part of global development work, we’ll reduce inequality and help achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Watch the video below to find out more about our manifesto for change.
What does eye health equal to you? We’d love it if you could comment on this post and let us know! Even better, why not record a video and tag us in it?
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2.2 billion people have a visual impairment, but almost half of this is preventable or treatable. How many lives will you change this #WorldSightDay? #EyeHealthEquals
Half of the world’s population is unable to access eye care. If that stat makes you angry, share @Sightsavers’ manifesto for change. #EyeHealthEquals
“I didn’t understand as a child, but now I understand what a gift sight is.” As Arif’s story shows, the impact of good eye health goes beyond restoring sight… #EyeHealthEquals @Sightsavers
After sight-saving surgery in Bangladesh, Shamima’s showing her family the importance of seeking help for their eyes. #EyeHealthEquals @Sightsavers
This is a story that shows how the impact of one eye operation can spread through an entire community, changing lives as it goes. How far can we make it ripple out? #EyeHealthEquals @Sightsavers
#EyeHealthEquals opportunity, allowing children like Amina’s to learn alongside their peers. @Sightsavers
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